June 2013

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Sex Ed Camp Hopes to Fill Holes Left By Local Schools

Sex Ed Camp Hopes to Fill Holes Left By Local Schools

Stapleton parents put their kids in all sorts of camps during the summer. Some of these camps focus on sports, others on art, and of course some on music. If a child has an interest in an activity, a parent can find a camp for them. There are educational camps as well to help continue […]

Stapletonians Protect Possessions Through Booby-Trapping

Stapletonians Protect Possessions Through Booby-Trapping

Stapleton residents have put up with petty crime over the years, but residents have finally decided to take a stand. “Enough is enough,” said Eastbridge resident John Penningroth. “The police don’t seem to be doing enough patrolling around here, and our neighborhood watch signs don’t seem to be doing anything. So, I guess it is […]

Parkwood’s New Conservatory Green Home, the Tasmanian, to Include Snake Pit and Honey Badger Coop

Parkwood’s New Conservatory Green Home, the Tasmanian, to Include Snake Pit and Honey Badger Coop

Parkwood Homes released their most recent model for the conservatory green neighborhood on Monday, and buyers like what they see. “It seems like everyone in Stapleton is getting chickens or goats, and even cows,” said prospective buyer David Halsor. “I am totally fine with that, but it is not really my speed. I like to […]

Pocket Park Camping Hampered by Bear Attacks

Pocket Park Camping Hampered by Bear Attacks

The Stapleton MCA has long encouraged residents to have fun events at the several Stapleton pocket parks. One of the events that has been encouraged over the years is a camping outing. Parents are encouraged to bring their families and camping gear to the pocket park and have a fun, low stress camp out. Of […]

Feds on Hoffa:  “Not in Michigan, Time to Dig Up Stapleton”

Feds on Hoffa: “Not in Michigan, Time to Dig Up Stapleton”

Just days after Federal investigators cleared any chance of former Teamster’s leader Jimmy Hoffa’s body being in an abandon barn in Oakland Township, Michigan, Feds are already moving forward with their search. “We did not find any evidence that Mr. Hoffa’s body was in the previous location,” said lead federal investigator Greg Schmadeke. “We have […]

FDA, IRS Come Down Hard on Stapleton Lemonade Stands

FDA, IRS Come Down Hard on Stapleton Lemonade Stands

Stapleton residents have become accustomed to the dozens of lemonade stands randomly placed in the community throughout the summer. It is a fun way for kids to make a little money, and a great way to get a refreshment for a passersby. “I love seeing the kids out there selling their lemonade,” said resident Christine […]

Stapleton Farmers Market to Begin Charging For Parking

Stapleton Farmers Market to Begin Charging For Parking

The Stapleton Farmer’s Market continues to bustle more and more every year. However, retailers aren’t always seeing the profits. Traffic continues to rise at the market, but most of the traffic is people going up to entertain the family and maybe get something to eat from the Biscuit Bus. “We go up almost every week […]